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"Based on a true story, 'The Conjuring' tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse."
This is one of the few trailers I've seen over the years that actually have a good "Fear Factor" to it. The unknown malicious entity, the use of light and shadows that create a great environment for scaring the crap out of you.. yes, I'll watch this.
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If you download copyrighted material, your ISP might start scolding you by sending you emails, redirecting file sharing websites to education ones and even reduce your download speeds for days at a time. But that seems to be the extent of what will happen. No personal information is to be sent to copyright holders which would mean no lawsuits for sharing copyright material should ever happen.

Source: http://www.theverge.com/2013/2/25/4026194/infamous-six-strike-anti-piracy-program-barks-harder-than-it-bites

Five major internet service providers have signed onto a private sector effort to punish users for downloading copyrighted materials. Advocates say the new Copyright Alert System gives the entertainment industry a new tool to combat piracy, while opponents say it's a hassle for users that won't work to stop illegal downloading. The effort has been underway since 2011 but after suffering delays and missing its scheduled launch in November, it is finally being introduced today.

The Copyright Alert System, also known as the "six strike" system, is a cooperation between ISPs and copyright owners such as movie studios and record companies. The conceit is that the system is just "informing" users that they are illegally trafficking content. "When people share digital files, they can violate copyright law often without being aware that they're doing so," says the narrator of a video produced by the Center for Copyright Information, the group administering the new program.

The participating ISPs are juggernauts Verizon, Comcast, AT&T, Cablevision, and Time Warner, meaning most Americans will be affected by the new program.

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Megan Fox will play April O’Neil in the new Michael Bay movie "TMNT"
http://www.icv2.com/articles/news/25099.html

If Shia Labeouf is cast as Casey Jones, Michael Bay should burn in hell. I'm going to assume this movie will follow the same pattern as the transformers movies and will primarily focus on the main characters played by actors (Casey Jones and April O'Neil) with a secondary emphasis on the Ninja Turtles who will show up frequently for large fight scenes that will have multiple explosions.
DeathscytheX
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Lightbar? Sounds like Wii... Watching the "Demos" I'm reminded how Sony prerendered all the trailers during the PS3 announcements, not notably Killzone 2... and here we go again with a Killzone trailer... Its hard for me to trust and It honestly looks no better than the Killzone 2 trailer back in 2005/2006.
DeathscytheX
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=5l3jrR5XMSU
The Trailer for Mortal Kombat: Legacy season 2 has arrived, and to the delight of many fans of the original 1995 film, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa will reprise his role as Shang Tsung. This season will run similar to the previous with individual webisodes focusing on loosely intertwining storylines between characters. It looks like a lot more money has been put into the production with better special effects and improved costumes. No word other than "Koming Soon" when Season 2 will debut.
If you haven't seen Season one, It can be found here:
Mortal Kombat: Legacy